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Below are the 9 most recent journal entries recorded in The Third I's LiveJournal:

Wednesday, January 14th, 2004
9:26 pm
Two Centuries of Intrigue
Down through the ages there have been many secret societies and conspiratorial movements that had as their goals absolute rule of the world, overthrow of all existing governments, and the final destruction of all religion. It is possible with much study to trace the origins and developments of many such movements: The early anti-Christian mysticism of the Gnostics; the conspiracy against orthodox Islam founded by Hasan Saba in Persia in 1090 AD as the Order of the Assassins; the apostate Order of the Knights Templar, whose heretical leaders imitated the Assassins' system for the destruction of Christianity

From the 13th through the 17th centuries such groups as the Luciferians, Rosicrucians, and the Levellers continued the war against Christianity that had begun in Europe with the Templars. Because a few organizational links can be found, it is even possible to establish that some of these groups were not merely imitating each other or some older system of belief. Many of these earlier movements, however, have left very fragmentary evidence, so it is not possible to trace from 1100-1700 any continuing organizational structure which was engaged in a coordinated and centrally controlled plot for world rule.

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Tuesday, August 19th, 2003
8:57 am
8:51 am
More on the blackout
We have equipped ourselves with the requisite tin foil headware, shiny side out. We have stopped believing in Usama bin Laden and his legions of howling ape-men. We have even stopped running SETI@Home.

And yet somehow this slips through.
Friday, August 15th, 2003
9:07 am
Okay, all those who buy the government line on the cause of the blackout, raise your hands. All those who think the acrid black smoke at the Con Ed substation on 14th in Manhattan was just from the substation shutting down, raise your hands. All those who think a lightning strike in Niagara is sufficient to knock out power from NYC to Ottowa to Detroit to Cleveland, raise your hands.

  • Usama and his monkey boys like to have a practice run or two where they test the concept without going all the way
  • The capture of a major al Q. leader was announced on the day prior to the blackout
  • UbL and his .org like significant dates. In 814, the muslim city of Constantinople was besieged.
  • If we reverse the date to 4/18, we get the day a suicide bomber destroyed the U.S. embassy in Lebanon in 1983.

Will we see another blackout in the near future? One that blankets the nation in darkness?

And what about the possibility that it really was an accident? Would the way it spun out of control be a demonstration that California's deregulation woes could haunt us all as the deregulation of our basic utilities becomes a national trend?
Monday, May 19th, 2003
3:41 pm
The Trilateral Commission
In March 1972, David Rockefeller, who at the time was the chairman of both the Chase Manhattan Bank and the Council on Foreign Relations, succumbed to a prolonged fit of idealism. In three separate speeches he described his vision of an "international commission for peace and prosperity" -- a "private organization whose primary objective ... would be to bring the best brains in the world to bear on the problems of the future. This organization would examine the interrelationships between domestic and foreign preoccupations, study new approaches to the transfer of 'social technologies,' and hopefully come up with fresh insights on how we deal with common problems." Rockefeller proposed that this commission include "a governing board of, say, 30 to 40 leading private citizens, drawn from the Atlantic Alliance Nations and Japan." The guiding objective of this brain trust would be nothing less than "to rebuild the conceptual framework of foreign and domestic policies."
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Friday, May 9th, 2003
11:51 pm
Pardon the interruption
Moving is hard on the schedule.

Doubly so when you have to paint the entire inside of the new house after you move all your furniture in.

I'm sure there's a conspiracy to be found there somewhere...

In the mean time, try to wrap your head around G. Gordon Liddy. Is he a patriot, a rat, both?
Thursday, May 1st, 2003
5:05 pm
The Anniversary
Happy Birthday...

Or, as old Adam Weishaupt would have said, "Herzlichen gluckwunsch zum geburtstag!"

The Aluminum Bavariati turn a whopping 227 years old today, though their roots go much further back.

Quick quiz, what modern group (largely a social club for businessmen these days) can actually claim their rituals go back to the pharonic Egypt?
Wednesday, April 30th, 2003
5:09 pm
Vast Right Wing Conspiracy
You want a conspiracy? How about this...

1996, the Republicans control congress and Gingrich is leading them. Gingrich has a good buddy named Rush who also happens to be a right-wing pigeon on the AM dial. With fanfare from Rush and help from the party, Newt gets through the Telecom Act of '96, which basically does away with ownership caps on broadcast outlets as well as pretty much eliminating any vestige of public service left in the industry.

It doesn't take long for a company from Bush Country (Austin, TX) to start snapping up radio frequencies left and right until Clear Channel becomes the single biggest radio owner in the states.

Who do you think distributes the Rush Limbaugh radio program? None other than Premier Networks, a division of Clear Channel. Clear Channel also owns conservative mouthpiece MIchael Reagan, son of the Gipper.

Who else has benefited from the deregulation of 96? Well, Rupert Murdoch's done pretty well and his conservative-slanted Fox News is doing pretty well, too.

So was the Telecom Act of '96 designed to place the media in the hands of a conservative oligopoly? What do you think?
Thursday, April 24th, 2003
3:18 pm
We liked kim_spiracy and were very sorry to hear that that particular journal would no longer be an active source of information for the community.
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In order to keep people thinking
we've decided to try and
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fill the void.
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Many of the ideas to be presented in this journal come from obscure sources, including a man whose own mother called him a beast, various drug offenders and sex perverts. Some things will only be hinted at, others will be stated as plain as the nose on your face, and still others will be transmitted via Tristero Post. Believe nothing we say, but do try to have fun with it. The whole thing's a puzzle and points will be awarded to those who solve it.

Suggested reading for today's puzzle:
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Will the reader with the winning lotto numbers please stand up to claim your prize.

And remember kids: Nothing is forbidden, anything is permissible.
And the U.S. Supreme Court could be giving that old phrase the force of law very soon if Senator Santorum (R-PA) gets his way.

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